President Barack Obama talks about the loss of Steve Jobs during a speech on the jobs act in Pennsylvania.
In a rebuttal to the State of the Union address, Republicans gave the late Steve Jobs credit for creating more jobs than the stimulus bill Tuesday.
Author Walter Isaacson discusses a moment Steve Jobs was rude to a waitress and how he rationalized being tough on people.
A college degree can be an important gateway to employment, a career and a better standard of living. But a college degree does not equate to someone's level of intelligence or talent. For those seeking the best workers or leaders, there is a plethora of intelligent, inventive people without degrees who should not be overlooked.
Forgive the pun: Want a slice of early Apple history?
Steve Jobs often responded directly to fans and customers by e-mail, which were then posted to blogs, but a curious thing happened after the late Apple co-founder resigned in August and quieted his digital communications.
Steve Jobs wasn't eager to disclose details of his health issues over the years.
Among chief executives, Steve Jobs was an outlier. CEOs of public companies are generally hands-on, but Jobs was involved in practically every detail, from determining which industries Apple should invade to the material used for the iPhone's screen.
Dozens of people, many tapping on iPhones and discussing the "Steve Jobs" biography, lined up at a shopping center here on Thursday.
When does a cult become a religion? When the cult leader dies. Only then do L. Ron Hubbard's Dianetics practitioners become the religion of Scientology, the followers of Joseph Smith become full-fledged Mormons, or -- by the same logic -- a few anti-establishment apostles become Christianity.
In its first week on sale, Walter Isaacson's biography of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs sold 379,000 copies in the U.S., making it by far the top-selling book in the country.
The last minutes in the life of Steve Jobs were still filled by the epiphanies and moments of inspiration that fed his inventor's mind, according to an intimate portrait provided by Jobs' sister in a eulogy published Sunday in The New York Times.
On this week's Tech Check podcast, Doug Gross, Brandon Griggs and Stephanie Goldberg break down details from the new Steve Jobs biography.
With the passing of Steve Jobs earlier this month, the tech industry lost one of its most revered icons. So where will the industry turn for inspiration now that Jobs is gone?
Steve Jobs had a long run with a rare form of cancer (a pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor) that is sometimes curable by early surgery. While I was not his physician and don't have access to the details of his illness or its treatment, assertions that his use of alternative medicine shortened his life strike me as uninformed. No one knows how long he would have survived or what his quality of life would have been had he opted for immediate surgery and used only conventional treatment.
Monday sees the eagerly awaited publication of "Steve Jobs," the authorized biography of the late tech pioneer written by Walter Isaacson.
Upon being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2004, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs put off surgery for nine months against the advice of his doctors while he tried to treat the disease with a special macrobiotic diet -- a decision he later regretted, his biographer said.
Apple fans -- including co-founder Steve Wozniak -- lined up on Friday morning for a chance to buy the iPhone 4S, the latest in the company's line of "Jesus Phones," which includes many under-the-hood improvements.
With news that Sony Pictures is buying the movie rights to an upcoming biography of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, speculation has jumped to who could play the late tech mastermind.
Last week, the passing of our modern-day Thomas Edison turned our perpetual baseless ennui into legit reflective sadness.
Summer may be over but it's still time to fire up the grill.
Jeff Jarvis and Howard Kurtz talk about if the Steve Jobs tributes are over the top.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died of respiratory arrest brought on by a pancreatic tumor, a public health official said Monday.
A small, private gathering was arranged for the Apple founder, says a report
He was put up for adoption, dated Joan Baez and discovered a sister
The music star pays tribute to his "great ally," Apple's Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs is gone, leaving behind a void at the company he founded similar to the gaps left by other American visionaries like Walt Disney, Sam Walton, Henry Ford and Ray Kroc upon their passings.
References to Jobs and his products popped up all over pop culture
"The only way to do great work is to love what you do," he told Stanford graduates in 2005
As the technology world mourns computing visionary and Apple, Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs, it's worth taking a closer look at the disease he publicly battled.
With all the tributes to Steve Jobs, one thing tends to get forgotten: the man helped us write. Jobs was the first to give us a real choice of fonts, and thus the ability to express ourselves digitally with emotion, clarity and variety. He made Type Gods of us all.
Friends and colleagues of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs talk about his life and the legacy he leaves behind.
"Steve was among the greatest of American innovators," says the president
CNN's Ali Velshi reports on Apple mastermind Steve Jobs' upbringing and how he managed to go to college for free.
Steve Jobs, the visionary who led a mobile computer revolution with the creation of wildly popular devices such as the iPhone, was mourned Thursday by admirers and competitors as much of the world awoke to news of his death.
The computer visionary had been fighting pancreatic cancer for seven years
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses Steve Jobs' long, public and painful battle with pancreatic cancer.
Steve Jobs is a technology innovator: the man who, alongside partner Steve Wozniak, sat in a garage and built a computer that would change the world of personal electronics.
In China -- home of manufacturing companies central to global production of Apple iPhones and iPads -- the death of Steve Jobs' death brought immediate reaction from Chinese netizens and captains of industry.
China is remembering Steve Jobs for not only creating products but jobs, as well. CNN's Eunice Yoon reports.
CNN's Eunice Yoon reports how people across China are reacting to Steve Jobs' death.
International leaders in politics and business are paying tribute Thursday to Apple visionary Steve Jobs, whose death at age 56 has saddened many around the world.
The entertainment industry and celebrities expressed their condolences Wednesday after the passing of Apple mogul Steve Jobs at the age of 56.
CNN viewers use Apple products to say goodbye to Steve Jobs. CNN's Errol Barnett reports.
iSad. That was the reaction of many as millions took to the web with the news of the death of 56-year-old Steve Jobs.
Former GE CEO Jack Welch talks about the lasting impact of Steve Jobs in the wake of his death.
Apple's Steve Jobs talks about life and death at a Stanford commencement speech in 2005.
Sometimes your own words aren't enough.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died Wednesday at 56, made the world "immeasurably better," the company's board of directors said in a statement.
Apple's Steve Jobs dies after a battle with pancreatic cancer. CNN's Erin Burnett and Dr. Sanjay Gupta report.
"Cult of Mac's" Leander Kahney talks to CNN's Erin Burnett about Steve Jobs' legacy.
Friends and colleagues of Apple founder Steve Jobs sent their condolences Wednesday after his death at the age of 56.
Steve Jobs has been notoriously private about his health, but as he steps down as CEO of the company he helped invent and re-invent, speculation abounds that he has gotten very sick.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses Steve Jobs' ongoing health issues.
A look back at the life and legacy of Steve Jobs. CNN's Dan Simon reports.
President Barack Obama, who has enjoyed Apple's products along with millions of other Americans, Wednesday night hailed Steve Jobs as one of America's greatest innovators, a man "brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world, and talented enough to do it."
Steve Jobs has consistently managed to capture the world's attention with his stage events. On Wednesday evening, the world took to the Web to express their condolences about the news of his death.
Steve Jobs, the visionary in the black turtleneck who co-founded Apple in a Silicon Valley garage, built it into the world's leading tech company and led a mobile-computing revolution with wildly popular devices such as the iPhone, died Wednesday. He was 56.
Steve Jobs' enthusiasm and sense of humor were on full display at the launch of some of Apple's greatest hits.
As news of Steve Jobs' death spread Wednesday night, those in the tech world began mourning the loss of the innovator who constantly pushed the field's "what's possible?" boundaries.
While an earthquake and a hurricane slammed the East Coast in August, the West Coast endured a different kind of turmoil.
This week on the Tech Check podcast, Doug Gross, John Sutter and Stephanie Goldberg discuss the week's biggest tech story ... OK, the biggest tech-industry news in a while ... the resignation of Steve Jobs.
Liu Jinhua says she almost choked when she heard the news that Steve Jobs has resigned. "I couldn't believe what I heard," says the private entrepreneur. "Then I chose to not to believe it."
CNN's Eunice Yoon reports on China's reaction to Steve Jobs stepping down as Apple CEO.
I was standing at the checkout in a store Wednesday when I heard Steve Jobs had resigned from Apple. Someone shouted it out to the crowd. He was holding his cell phone. It was such important news, he felt it should be announced publicly. It felt like a historic moment.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak looks back on his relationship with Steve Jobs.
Apple's shareholders express confidence that the company's newly anointed chief executive, Tim Cook, is the right man for the job.
He favors Nikes, Bob Dylan, Lance Armstrong and frowning when he's upset
Former Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook will take over
Now that Steve Jobs has stepped down as CEO of Apple, many people in the tech and business worlds are wondering what will become of the world's largest tech company, which brought us the first personal computer and the first for-real smartphone and ushered in the era of digital music.
When was the last time you made a billion dollars in five minutes? Warren Buffett just did.
Steve Jobs resigns as Apple's CEO, writing in a letter that he can "no longer meet the duties" of his position.
As Steve Jobs steps down as CEO at Apple -- perhaps the world's most valuable and admired company -- business and tech pundits are showering him with glowing appellations: Innovator. Visionary. Genius.
U.S. stocks were headed for a mixed open Thursday, with tech shares in the spotlight, as investors react to Apple CEO Steve Jobs' resignation.
Steve Jobs, who resigned as CEO of the world's largest tech company late Wednesday, is often identified as the singular face of Apple -- the man who is the energy and creative spirit behind the company.
It's a moment many tech fans hoped never would come: Steve Jobs' resignation from the helm of Apple, which he co-founded from his family garage in 1976.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has resigned and will be replaced by former Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook, the company said late Wednesday. Jobs will stay on as Apple's chairman.
In 2008, Fortune writer Adam Lashinsky profiled then-COO Tim Cook, the man Apple has tapped to take over as CEO in the wake of Steve Jobs' resignation. From our archives, here's his look at the executive who was then Apple's leader-in-waiting.
The folks at Amazon and Google must have been wringing their hands on Monday when Apple CEO Steve Jobs showed off a new service called iTunes Match.
It's the future of computing but, as CNN's Kristie Lu Stout explains, you've probably have used it.
For a guy who is on medical leave, Steve Jobs is keeping a pretty high profile.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs leaves his leave of absence to unveil the iCloud remote file storage service.
For a guy who is on medical leave, Steve Jobs is keeping a pretty high profile.
Apple's founder reportedly sent a terse response to a customer who complained that the iPhone and iPad are being used to track gadget owners.
It's official: the first official biography of Steve Jobs will be making its debut sometime in early 2012.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs appears at the debut of the iPad 2 in San Francisco.
Six weeks after announcing an indefinite medical leave, Apple CEO Steve Jobs surprised a lot of people when he took the stage Wednesday to unveil his company's next-generation iPad.
Twitter suspended an account mimicking Apple CEO Steve Jobs, suggesting the parody account didn't appear quite fake enough.
A photo released by the White House on Friday shows Apple CEO Steve Jobs, along with other tech luminaries, raising a toast with President Barack Obama at a dinner Thursday night in San Francisco.
Despite unconfirmed reports about the state of his health, Apple CEO Steve Jobs is scheduled to meet Thursday night with President Obama and other tech leaders.
CNN's Howard Kurtz talks to Steven Levy and Mark Potts about the rights and wrongs of covering the health of Steve Jobs.
The tech world's getting used to the idea Steve Jobs is absent from Apple again, for medical reasons. We think he'll be back soon. But one day he won't come back, and who might fill the big chair then?
Steve Jobs' leave of absence from Apple because of health reasons is a sad turn of events, but the timing may turn out to be the most deeply significant move in a career that is the very definition of significance. It may also, ultimately, save Apple from itself.
Apple's Steve Jobs announced Monday he's taking a medical leave of absence. So, what will this mean for the tech giant?
Shares of Apple fell Tuesday, one day after chief executive and co-founder Steve Jobs announced another leave of absence because of health problems.
Steve Jobs has again stepped aside from the day to day operations of Apple, forcing the company's followers to confront the uncomfortable question: What would happen to Apple without its iconic CEO?
It may seem cynical to hear news about Apple CEO Steve Jobs' poor health, which caused him on Monday to announce an indefinite leave of absence, and jump straight to this question: